GIA (Gemological Institute of America) invites qualified candidates to apply for its Research-Identification Internship Program at its Carlsbad, California and New York City locations. Ideal applicants will be students pursuing a Bachelor of Science and/or Master of Science in physics, materials science, geology, chemistry and related fields. The selected individuals will have the opportunity to learn and practice gemology by performing all types of thorough analysis of diamonds, colored stones and pearls. Interns will receive ongoing mentoring from experienced GIA scientists and gemologists in the areas of spectroscopy and gemology.
Applications are due by 15 April 2018. See here for further details: GIA Internship
GIA (Gemological Institute of America) invites qualified candidates to apply for the Richard T. Liddicoat Postdoctoral Research Fellowships at its Carlsbad, California and New York City locations. The one-to-two year fellowships encourage early career scientists to pursue full-time academic research into fundamental scientific problems in gemstone geology, defect physics and diamond synthesis; and other fields related to gemology. Applications are due by April 30, 2018 For further detials see: GIA Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
From October to March we host a series of research seminars focussing on diamond materials and related technologies.
The Diamond Science and Technology CDT makes diamond science accessible via outreach activities.
DST CDT student publications
DST CDT in the Press